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234. Power to exclude drunken passengers from passenger ships.-

The master of any passenger ship may refuse to receive on board thereof any person who by reason of drunkenness or otherwise is in such a state, or misconducts himself in such a manner, as to cause annoyance or injury to passengers on board, and if any such person is on board, may put him on shore at any convenient place; and a person so refused admittance or put on shore shall not be entitled to the return of any fare he has paid

Merchant Shipping (Amendment) Act, 1986 Back

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